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08.11.2019

Mothers, Children and Healthy Connections 

In keeping with their commitment to the local community, the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, together with support from The Department of Home Affairs through the Fostering Integration Grants program, hosted their second ‘Mothers Children and Healthy Connections’ event last week in Liverpool. Over 80 women from a variety of cultural backgrounds, including Arabic…

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01.11.2019

The latest health and medical news

Each week we bring you the latest health and medical news State-of-the-art telehealth facilities for South West Sydney Improving patient care is the goal behind the implementation of new state-of-the-art telehealth facilities which have just opened in Liverpool, Campbelltown and Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospitals. The facilities include the latest digital imaging, information technologies and video-conferencing facilities which…

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18.10.2019

Improving mental health in palliative care

Delirium and depression: conditions too often seen in the palliative care setting are distressing, not only for the patient themselves, but for family, carers and medical staff as well. Research is currently underway into therapeutic approaches which could ease the suffering of palliative care patients with these conditions. Using melatonin to ease delirium Inability to…

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14.10.2019

The PEACH Program: providing more choice at end of life

Ten years ago, an idea was born: to develop a program which would allow people suffering from a terminal illness to die at home, if they wished to do so. Ten years later that idea is now a firm reality. After years of research and pilot studies, the PEACH (Palliative Care Home Support Packages) Program…

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11.10.2019

Digital platforms bring new vision to mental health care

New online technologies are changing the mental health care landscape with a range of apps and web-based tools to help people better manage their mental health and wellbeing. Project Synergy and InnoWell With 99% of young people aged 16-25 years in Australia being active online and with 60% seeking information about mental health on the…

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